The Lollapalooza Chicago concert is officially announced as sold out, but in the 21st Century, “sold out” just means tickets are available on the secondary ticket market. Of course, those Lollapalooza tickets that are being re-sold are going for a affordable prices in many cases.
Lollapalooza is the concert festival that started as Jane’s Addiction singer Perry Farrell’s “farewell tour” and turned into something more. It’ attracted some of the hottest bands in the country like Rollins Band, Muse, Beastie Boys, Coldplay, Stone Temple Pilots, Depeche Mode, Foo Fighters, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Ministry, Pearl Jam, The Cure, Primus, The Killers, Rage Against the Machine, Arcade Fire, Nine Inch Nails, Jane’s Addiction, X Japan, Audioslave, Siouxsie and the Banshees, The Smashing Pumpkins, Alice in Chains, Björk, MGMT, Tool, Hole, Body Count, Ice-T, Queens of the Stone Age, The Drums, The Strokes, Arctic Monkeys, Calvin Harris, Thenewno2, Fishbone, and Butthole Surfers.
This year, the lineup has the cream of the crop of music performers: The Cure, The Killers, Nine Inch Nails, Mumford and Sons, Phoenix, Postal Service, Vampire Weekend, The National, The Lumineers, Eric Church, Kendrick Lamar, New Order, Cat Power, Tegan and Sara and Queens of the Stone Age – and that’s just a portion of the total lineup.
Prices For Lollapalooza On The Secondary Market
The Lollapalooza tickets were going for $75, $200, and $235 for three-day passes, and $95, for the one-day passes. But on sites like Ticket Liquidator, Lollapalooza tickets are still available, and they’re going fast.
On that site, the tickets range between $160 and $300. On StubHub, they’re considerably more expensive, with prices at the neat $400 range.
But, regardless of price, there are still not a lot of tickets left, and at the current rate of purchase, that supply should be exhausted in a month or less.